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SCCE Compliance, Ethics, and Organizational Culture

Mitigating the Effects of Unconscious Bias on Organizational Cultures

10:30 AM CDT – 11:30 AM CDT

We are actively monitoring attendance. At random times throughout this session, you will be prompted with a pop-up to confirm that you are still actively participating in the virtual session. You will not see the pop ups if you are in full screen mode or your pop-up blocker is on. In addition, make sure you are disconnected from any VPN as they can also cause interference and that you have a stable internet connection (hard line is always best).Active attendance monitoring is only required if you will be requesting external CEUs for NASBA or CLE credits. If you only need Compliance Certification Board (CCB)® CEUs, it is not required to participate in active monitoring.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand implicit bias and the pitfalls of believing you are objective when engaging with stakeholders
  • Case studies: how unconscious bias interferes with our ability to remain objective and can facilitate faulty decision-making
  • Participants will develop mental triggers to activate self-assessment mechanisms, foster psychological safety, encourage devil’s advocate perspectives, and practice consequential reflection


Michael Hood
Director, 21st Century Learning & Consulting

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